Jameela Jamil selling her designer clothes to support refugees

Jameela Jamil is opening up her closet for a good cause.

The “Good Place” star, 34, has partnered with fashion resale site Vestiaire Collective to sell some of her designer duds to support Choose Love, a non-profit providing refugees around the world with food, housing and legal assistance.

Among the pieces Jamil is parting with? The Matthew Williamson dress ($70) she wore on her first date with partner James Blake, along with a Lulu Guinness bag ($70), Jeffrey Campbell boots ($70) and more.

Below, the actress and activist gives Page Six Style the scoop on a few of the wardrobe treasures she’s put up for grabs, all of which you can shop online now.

Courtesy of Vestiaire Collective

“This Chanel suit was my first-ever vintage buy and has been my favorite suit for all my important meetings. It makes me feel like Jackie O.”


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“I have a mild obsession with sunglasses, and these vintage Kenzo ones were my staple pair when I first moved to LA.”


Courtesy of Vestiaire Collective

“I have worn this C/MEO Collective suit on a bunch of late-night appearances and on TV, because it’s so playful and beautifully shaped. Also, the color is my favorite on Earth.”